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Lisa O
Melvina and Hilary Patterson
Hello, I'd like to copy your photo of their headstone for my public family tree, with your permission. Of course I'll credit you and findagrave. May I? Thank you for your consideration, Lisa
Added by Lisa O on Dec 30, 2014 6:10 PM
RobertLewisCobbs
Young Squire Lowery-2nd Marriage
Young Squire Lowery married Nancy Mendenall after his first wife died. I have a copy of the OFFICIAL Marriage Certificate from Jefferson County, Illinois.

Paul (Mendenall) Miller
Added by RobertLewisCobbs on Jul 14, 2013 8:50 PM
romeoandjuliette
John Lowrey/Lowry Will
Hi, I have an actual copy of Johns Will. I have read it over and over and have come to the conclusion that some of the children that are mentioned may not be the biological children of Elizabeth Reese. If you read near the bottom of the Will, it states that Elizabeth may do as she sees fit with MY daughter, Dorcas Taylor. This doesn't sound as if Dorcas is the child of Elizabeth. Also in the Will John says, "MY Children" and "Her Children". Look at the 1820 Franklin County, Tn. Census. Living with John Lowrey/Lowry is a ton of kids. I believe I count 4 additional kids. So, that would be only the children still at home, most likely. If John married Elizabeth Reese ~1802, he is 44yrs old,and I think he was married before to Elizabeth Shorey and RunAfter McLemore. I think he has several other children. Shadrach Lowrey for one. I know Johns sister Ellender had a Shadrach also, but it seems his decendents have him accounted for in several Census. I find Shadrach Lowrey/Lowry living next to John in 1820 Franklin Co.,Tn and then in Hamilton Co.,Tn. Ellenders Shadrach stays in Georgia, I think. But see Ellender married her 1st Cousin, John Lowery from Rowan Co.,NC and then moved to Georgia. Tons of people have these two mixed up and they were both in the Rev. War. I am on a mission to prove John Lowry to be the same person, related to Maj. George Lowrey, the Cherokee Indians. I have tons of clues, including Ellender (Johns Sister) her 3rd grgrandson Elisha Middleton Lowery,MD who applied to the US Application to be considered in the Cherokee Tribe, 1896. He says his grgrandparents are John and Sallie Lowery, which I believe he means Ellender. That would mean Ellender has Cherokee blood in her. Then around the same time Dorcas Lowry Taylors grandchild is also applying to prove Indian Heritage. Email me if you want.
Added by romeoandjuliette on May 29, 2013 9:17 AM
Renee Bertram
Clara Patterson Mitchell
I am inquiring about my great grandmother Clara. She is buried at Saunders Cemetery in Daleville Indiana. I notice that you had taken pictures of her grave. Are you any relation to her if so, I am interested to find out if you had any info on her. If not I would like to take ownership of her pic of her grave and add what little information that I have. She has been a mistery to try and find out her information.her tombstone list her dates as 1878 to 1960. I would love to hear from you. Thank you Renee
Added by Renee Bertram on Jul 25, 2012 8:41 AM
Ginger Vick
William Edgar Lowry
William Edgar Lowry

Birth: Feb. 8, 1873 Lowry Hill , Moores Prairie,, Hamilton, Illinois
Death: Sep. 24, 1892 Lowry Hill , Moores Prairie, Jefferson , Illinois

Family links:
Parents:
Levi Lowry (1838 - 1877)
66597022
Martha Jane Trotter (1841 - 1915)
66597217

Burial:
Lowry Hill Cemetery, Dahlgren , Jefferson County , Illinois, USA
Created by: Roentgens
Record added: May 30, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70603761
Added by Ginger Vick on Sep 30, 2011 7:57 PM
Ginger Vick
Nancy Jane Bond Lowry
Nancy Jane Bond Lowry

Birth: 12 Sep 1839 Dahlgren Twp. , Hamilton , Illinois

Death: 4 Sep 1929 Jefferson , Illinois, USA

Nancy Jane BOND was born on 12 Sep 1839 in , Hamilton Co., IL. She died on 4 Sep 1926 in , IL and was buried in Lowry Hill Cemetery, Jefferson Co., IL. Nancy married Daniel LOWRY Elder on 1 Mar 1860 in , , Il.
1850 Federal Census, Illinois, Hamilton County, District 10.
Harold G. Felty,"Legacy of Kin,Hamilton County,IL",Champaign,IL:(AIBA
Publishing Co,1994). Note:Obit says "died at home of nephew,Dan Bond".
Nancy had no children.
Tombstone inscription,Lowry Hill Cemetery,Moore's Prairie,
Jefferson County,Il.
Sandy Brandt, a great niece of Nancy, reports that Nancy was blind, but did her own housekeeping and baked the best cherry pie around.

Family links:
Parents:
Richard Ward Bond
9374153
Lidda " Lydia " Johnson
9374149

Spouse:
Elder Daniel Lowry
70604444
Burial:
Lowry Hill Cemetery , Dahlgren , Jefferson , Illinois, USA
Created by: Roentgens Record added: May 30, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70604392
Added by Ginger Vick on Sep 30, 2011 7:47 PM
Ginger Vick
Young Squire Lowery
Young Squire Lowery

Birth: Aug. 20, 1811 Gwinnett County Georgia, USA
Death: Jul. 31, 1890 Dahlgren Hamilton County Illinois, USA
Family links:
Spouse: Delila Lowery (1812 - 1884)
68501633
Children: Francis M. Lowery (1839 - 1862) for explanation Note: Church Elder
68501742
William Pinkney Lowery
28288454
John A. Lowery
66597900
Burial:
Preston Cemetery Dahlgren Hamilton County Illinois, USA

Created by: Roentgens Record added: Apr 17, 2011

Find A Grave Memorial# 68501996

William Pinkney LOWRY [Parents ] was born on 29 Jan 1849 in , Hamilton Co., IL. He died on 1 Jun 1926 in Dahlgren, Hamilton Co., Il and was buried in Lowry Hill Cemetery, Moores Prairie, Jefferson Co., Il.. William married Mary Ann BOND on 1 Sep 1869 in , Hamilton Co., Il.
Other marriages:
RUDESILL, Emma F.
DURHAM, Clementine
Harold L. Felty,Legacy of Kin of Hamilton County.
1850 Federal Census,Hamilton County,IL.,LDS Family History Library,Mesa,AZ
film #7681.
Spouse:Married first Mary Bond, dau of Richard Wade and Lydia (Johnson)
Bond,m. Emma T. Rudsell, McLeansboro Leader, 27 November 1884. Married
also Clemmie Durn.

Delilah COLLINS [Parents ] was born about 1811 in , TN. She married Young S. LOWRY Elder in , TN.
1850 Federal Census,Lovilla Twp,Hamilton County,Illinois.
Mentioned as Delilah Lowry in the distribution of estate of William Collins
Final settlement 7 May 1855. Administrators Young S. Lowry and William
Collins. Page 7, Probate Journal of Hamilton Co.,IL, film #988229, LDS FHL
Mesa, Az.
They had the following children:
F i Nancy Jane LOWRY
M ii Francis Marion LOWRY
M iii Daniel LOWRY Elder
F iv Narcissa LOWRY was born about 1844 in , Hamilton Co., IL. 1850 Federal Census,Hamilton County,IL.,LDS Family History Library,Mesa AZ film #7681.
M v William Pinkney LOWRY
M vi John A. LOWRY
John LOWRY was born in Oct 1758 in , Frederick Co., VA. He died before 29 Mar 1849 in , Hamilton Co., IL. John married Elizabeth REECE about 1800.
Other marriages:
LOWRY, Sarah
Hamilton County,Il.,Journal of Wills,p 40,LDS Family History Library,Salt Lake City,Utah,film # 988,234.
Revolutionary War Pension file #S31215,National Archives,Washington D.C.
Jefferson County Clerk,County Court House,Mt. Vernon Illinois,Marriage Reg. A p 66,2nd marriage of John Lowry to Nancy Willis names parents.
Will of John Lowry mentions a marriage previous to the marriage to Elizabeth
Reese and children of that marriage, but no names of spouse or children.
Will written 24 June 1848, filed for probate 29 March 1849.
Elizabeth REECE was born about 1778 in , NC. She died after 1850. Elizabeth married John LOWRY about 1800.
Hamilton County,Il.,Journal of Wills,p 40,LDS Family History Library,Salt Lake City,Utah,film # 988,234.
1850 Federal Census,Lovilla Twp,Hamilton County,Illinois.
Jefferson Cpunty Clerk,County Court House,Mt. Vernon Illinois,Marriage Reg. A
p 66,2nd marriage John Lowry to Nancy Willis names Elizabeth as his mother.
They had the following children:
M i Reason R. LOWRY
M ii John LOWRY
M iii David R. LOWRY
M iv Light W. LOWRY
M v Young S. LOWRY Elder
F vi Dorcus LOWRY


Hamilton County, Illinois Will Box #1, File # 16
(Spelling retained as in original)

In the Name of God,
I John Lowry, Senr. Of the County of Hamilton and State of Illinois Being
very aged and weak in body but of sound mind and disposing memory do
in the first place commit my soul to the Care of God who gave it dispose of
my temporal affects in the Following manner
Viz. In the first place I give and bequeath to my Beloved wife Elizabeth Lowry
(after my just debts and funeral expenses are paid) all and every part of my
personal Estate to her own disposal and benefit so that no sale of property
need be by any but herself or by her ...illegible.. as agent for her ---
Secondly I bequeath to son Light W. Lowry my Rifle gun and Wagon -
And tools I wish they be Equally divided among my five sons Reason R.
Lowry John Lowry David Lowry Light W. Lowry and Young S. Lowry
And after the death of my said wife Elizabeth Lowry all the remaining
Property to be sold to the best advantage and the Money Equally divided
Amongst her Children as for my Children by my first wife I have portiond
them off when the became of age and left me - My daughter Dorcus Taylor
I wish my wife to do for her as she sees cause to do. This being my Last will
and Testament I hereunto set my hand and Seal this 24th day of June 1848

his
John ^ Lowry senr SEAL
Mark

Attest
Enos T. Allen
Thomas Burton

Hamilton County

Probate Court March 29th 1849

Mr. Enos Allen and Thomas Burton subscribing Witnesses
to the last will and testament of John Lowry deceased do solemnly swear that the
said Enos T. Allen was present on the 24th day of June 1848 and saw the above
named John Lowry sign said will, viz the one now before the court, and that he
acknowledged the same to be his act and deed, & that he called upon me to bear
witness that this was his last will, or words to that affect, that I did then beleive
& do still beleive that the said John Lowry was of sound mind and memory at the
time of signing the same - I J.Thomas Burton do solemnly swear that a few days
after the said 24th day of June said testator called upon me to witness said will,
and acknowledged and acknowledged the same to be his act and deed, & that I
did then beleive and do still beleive the said testator was of sound mind & memory
at the time of my witnessing said will

Sworn & subscribed to before } Enos T. Allen
me 29th March 1849 } Thomas Burton
Jno. Al. Marshall JP }
John LOWRY was born in Oct 1758 in , Frederick Co., VA. He died before 29 Mar 1849 in , Hamilton Co., IL. John married Elizabeth REECE about 1800.
Other marriages:
LOWRY, Sarah
Hamilton County,Il.,Journal of Wills,p 40,LDS Family History Library,Salt Lake City,Utah,film # 988,234.
Revolutionary War Pension file #S31215,National Archives,Washington D.C.
Jefferson County Clerk,County Court House,Mt. Vernon Illinois,Marriage Reg. A p 66,2nd marriage of John Lowry to Nancy Willis names parents.
Will of John Lowry mentions a marriage previous to the marriage to Elizabeth
Reese and children of that marriage, but no names of spouse or children.
Will written 24 June 1848, filed for probate 29 March 1849.
Elizabeth REECE was born about 1778 in , NC. She died after 1850. Elizabeth married John LOWRY about 1800.
Hamilton County,Il.,Journal of Wills,p 40,LDS Family History Library,Salt Lake City,Utah,film # 988,234.
1850 Federal Census,Lovilla Twp,Hamilton County,Illinois.
Jefferson Cpunty Clerk,County Court House,Mt. Vernon Illinois,Marriage Reg. A
p 66,2nd marriage John Lowry to Nancy Willis names Elizabeth as his mother.
They had the following children:
M i Reason R. LOWRY
M ii John LOWRY
M iii David R. LOWRY
M iv Light W. LOWRY
M v Young S. LOWRY Elder
F vi Dorcus LOWRY
John Montgomery Lowry Sex: M

Event(s) Birth: 1779 Rockbridge County, Virginia Death: 1849 Hamilton County, Illinois

Parents Father: John Lowry Mother: Dorcas Montgomery
Marriage(s) Spouse: Elizabeth Reese Marriage: abt 1802 of Guinnett County, Georgia
Husband's Name John LOWERY Born: 1779 Place: Of, Gwinnett, Georgia Died: 1849 Place: , Hamilton, Illinois Married: Abt 1802 Place: , Of Gwinnett, Georgia Father: Mother:

Wife's Name Elizabeth REESE Born: 1783 Place: , , North Carolina Married: Abt 1802 Place: , Of Gwinnett, Georgia Father: Mother:

Children

1. Sex Name M John LOWERY Born: 1803 Place: , , Kentucky

2. Sex Name M Reason LOWERY Born: 1805 Place: , , South Carolina

3. Sex Name M David LOWERY Born: 1806 Place: , , Georgia Died: 1862 Place: , Hamilton, Illinois Buried: 1862 Place: Preston Cemetery, Hamilton, Illinois

4. Sex Name M Light LOWERY Born: 1809 Place: , , South Carolina

5. Sex Name F Dorcus LOWERY Born: 1813 Place: , , Kentucky

6. Sex Name M Young Squire LOWERY Born: 20 Aug 1811 Place: , Gwinnett, Georgia Died: 31 Jan 1890 Place: , Hamilton, IllinoisJefferson County Clerk,County Court House,Mt. Vernon Illinois,Marriage Reg. A p 66,2nd marriage of John Lowry to Nancy Willis names parents.
Will of John Lowry mentions a marriage previous to the marriage to Elizabeth
Reese and children of that marriage, but no names of spouse or children.
Will written 24 June 1848, filed for probate 29 March 1849.
Elizabeth REECE was born about 1778 in , NC. She died after 1850. Elizabeth married John LOWRY about 1800.

John LOWRY was born on 3 Mar 1803 in , Logan Co., KY. He died on 14 Apr 1891 in Moores Prairie, Jefferson Co., IL and was buried in Lowry Hill Cem., Jefferson Co., IL. John married Nancy WILLIS on 9 Jun 1881 in , Jefferson Co., Il.
Other marriages:
MARTIN, Nancy
Tombstone inscription of John Lowry,Lowry Hill Cemetery,Moores Prairie,
Jefferson County,Illinois. Estate of John Sr. paid Nathan Garrison $32.00
for a coffin for John.
Wm. H. Perrin,"History of Jefferson Co.,Illinois":Globe Publishing Co. 1883
p. 126, bio of John says he held the offices of Justice of the Peace and
Constable,Township Trustee and School Trustee and Director. He was elected
to the office of Lieutenant in the time of the old State Militia.
Ralph Harrelson,"Some Historical Sketches of Dahlgren and Lovilla
Territory", (type script).
1850,1860 and 1870 Federal Census,Moore's Prairie,Jefferson County,Illinois.
Nancy WILLIS married John LOWRY on 9 Jun 1881 in , Jefferson Co., Il.
History of Jefferson County,Illinois, Wm. H. Perrin (Chicago: Globe
Publishing Co. 1883).
Parents James and Nancy Willis, both natives of Virginia.
They had the following children:
F i Susie LOWRY
History of Belle Rive and Dahlgren, Illinois And Surrounding Territory
Prepared by Continental Historical Bureau of Mt. Vernon, Illinois
December, 1960
Page D-21
Lowry Hill (John Lowry, Sr. and his descendants) The Lowry Hill Church and Cemetery had its beginning with the well-known Lowry family (sometimes spelled Lowery) that emigrated from Kentucky to Hamilton County, Illinois during the first half of the Nineteenth Century. There were four brothers of this family, as follows: (the order of listing is not necessarily the order of births) John Lowry, Sr., Light Lowry, David Lowry and Young Lowry. JOHN LOWRY, SR., is reported to have been the eldest of the four brothers. He was one of the oldest residents of Jefferson County. He was born in Warren County, Kentucky, on May 3, 1803. His parents were John and Elizabeth (Reese) Lowry. In 1806 his parents moved to what was at one time Franklin County, Tennessee, but was later named Coffee County, Tennessee. In early life John, Sr., attended subscription schools, but in later years he obtained some self-education. Prior to the time that he reached manhood he lived with his parents, working with his father on the farm and also assisting his father with the work in their cooper shop. John Lowry, Sr., was married in Franklin County, Tennessee on July 3, 1823, to Nancy Martin who was the daughter of Alexander and Nancy (Dabney) Martin. Both of Nancy's parents were natives of Pennsylvania. A few months after John and Nancy were married they decided to leave their Tennessee home and come to Illinois. They arrived at Lovilla on January 24, 1824. This was before Lovilla was surveyed and became a legalized village. John and Nancy lived at their Lovilla home for about a year when they decided to establish for themselves a permanent home. The place where they settled which was to become their permanent home was located about two and a half miles southwest of where the village of Dahlgren is now located. This farmstead, which was located on a high knoll, was later known as "Lowry Hill." According to reports, John, Sr., had inclinations of a builder and had the ability to construct homes. As he knew the carpenter trade and timber was plentiful at that time, it was only natural for him to begin at once to build a permanent home for himself and his family. This was to be the home where he would remain the rest of his life. He continued to acquire land until he owned over three hundred acres. His new home was located on the Jefferson County side of the Hamilton-Jefferson County line and it was convenient for him to own and operate farms in both counties. John, Sr., and Nancy (Martin) Lowry were the parents of fourteen children, as follows: Sons: William, Daniel, John Jr., Thomas, Elisha, Jefferson, Alex, Levi, Jessie. Daughters: Sarah (who married Zachariah Sinks), Elizabeth (who married Alfred Dees), Mary (who married Gabriel Jines), Nancy and Hanna. Nancy (Martin) Lowery passed away on November 16, 1880. John's second marriage was to Nancy Willis, and this marriage was solemnized on June 9, 1881. John's second wife was the daughter of James and Nancy Willis, who were natives of Virginia. John and his second wife were the parents of one daughter, Susie (Lowry) Thomas, who was born May 20, 1882. She lived to be 102. In the earlier years of his life in Illinois, John Lowry, Sr., was a member of the Sugar Camp Baptist Church, one of Jefferson County's oldest landmarks, which is located on the historic "Old Goshen Road." John, Sr., took considerable interest in local government and community affairs. He served as Justice of the Peace, Constable, Township Trustee and Director. During the time of the old Illinois State Militia, which dates from 1832, he was elected Lieutenant of a military company and held that office for about five years. (It was the practice in those days for unit commanders to be elected by the personnel of the unit instead of being appointed by commanders of army organizations). After John, Sr., had settled on what was later to be known as "Lowry Hill" he like this location and the surrounding locality so well that he made it his home for the remainder of his life. In addition to being quite active in local political affairs and community activities, he spent the most of his time on the farm, as that was his chief source of livelihood. As was stated before, John Lowry, Sr., was an active member of Sugar Camp Missionary Baptist Church, which was located several miles from his home. As he was a firm believer in the Primitive Baptist faith, it was his desire that church of that faith be organized in the community where he resided. There were several families who had joined Missionary Baptist churches who were believers of the same faith that John Lowry was, and they too were interested in having a church of their own faith in their local community. With this thought in mind John, Sr., along with some of his relatives and friends, proceeded to organize a community church of their choice so that they could worship their Creator as they saw fit. As John had acquired a large amount of farmland, he felt that he could easily spare some acreage to be used to erect a church building and establish a public burial ground. A deed record filed with the recorder's office of Jefferson County shows that John and Nancy Lowry conveyed two acres of land adjoining their home. This is located in Section Thirteen, Moores Prairie Township, within a "Stone's throw" from the Jefferson-Hamilton County line. This land was conveyed to the Trustees of Sugar Camp Church. This church was first called Sugar Camp, but was later named Lowry Hill as there was (and is) the Sugar Camp Missionary Baptist Church still in existence. The original trustees were T. L. Hunter, Martin Sewell and William J. Taylor. The deed provided that the land would be conveyed to the trustees and their successors forever. This two-acre tract of land was conveyed on March 15, 1877. It is reported that John Lowry, Sr., was not only very active in organizing the church but was very active in the affairs of the new church for the remainder of his life. He contributed generously to the expense of the church and attended services regularly. His home was considered as a headquarters for visiting ministers. If clergymen from other parts of the country were at services at Lowry Hill, they could always find lodging at the home of John Lowry, Sr. John Sr. was privileged with the opportunity of remaining on this earth fourteen years and one month from the date that he and Nancy conveyed two acres of their estate for $20.00 for the establishing of the church and cemetery of their choice. He passed away on April 14, 1891. Thus ended the career of the man that played the predominant role in the founding of what is now known as "Lowry Hill". His body was laid to rest in the Lowry Hill Cemetery.
John LOWRY [Parents ] was born on 3 Mar 1803 in , Logan Co., KY. He died on 14 Apr 1891 in Moores Prairie, Jefferson Co., IL and was buried in Lowry Hill Cem., Jefferson Co., IL. John married Nancy WILLIS on 9 Jun 1881 in , Jefferson Co., Il.
Other marriages:
MARTIN, Nancy
Tombstone inscription of John Lowry,Lowry Hill Cemetery,Moores Prairie,
Jefferson County,Illinois. Estate of John Sr. paid Nathan Garrison $32.00
for a coffin for John.
Wm. H. Perrin,"History of Jefferson Co.,Illinois":Globe Publishing Co. 1883
p. 126, bio of John says he held the offices of Justice of the Peace and
Constable,Township Trustee and School Trustee and Director. He was elected
to the office of Lieutenant in the time of the old State Militia.
Ralph Harrelson,"Some Historical Sketches of Dahlgren and Lovilla
Territory", (type script).
1850,1860 and 1870 Federal Census,Moore's Prairie,Jefferson County,Illinois.
Nancy WILLIS married John LOWRY on 9 Jun 1881 in , Jefferson Co., Il.
History of Jefferson County,Illinois, Wm. H. Perrin (Chicago: Globe
Publishing Co. 1883).
Parents James and Nancy Willis, both natives of Virginia.
They had the following children:
F i Susie LOWRY

LOWRY HILL CEMETERY Located Moore's Prairie Township, Section 13, Jefferson Co., Il Indexed by Misty Flannigan March 1999
LOWRY, ? /loweryhill/DSC00053.jpg> ???-??-1803 4-??-1890 87y11m11d
LOWRY Nancy A. /loweryhill/DSC00052.jpg> age 76 1880


Husband's Name
John LOWERY
Born: 1803 Place: , , Kentucky
Married: Abt 1825 Place: , , Of Kentucky

Father: John LOWERY Mother: Elizabeth REESE
Wife's Name
Nancy
Born: 1804 Place: , , Kentucky
Married: Abt 1825 Place: , , Of Kentucky Children

1. Sex Name
M David LOWERY
Born: 1826 Place: , Jefferson, Illinois

2. Sex Name
M Alexander LOWERY
Born: 1828 Place: , , Illinois

3. Sex Name
M John LOWERY
Born: 1830 Place: , Jefferson, Illinois

4. Sex Name
M William LOWERY Born: 1831 Place: , Jefferson, Illinois

5. Sex Name
M Elisha LOWERY
Born: 1832 Place: , Jefferson, Illinois
Died: 1904 Place:
Buried: Place: , Hamilton, Illinois

6. Sex Name
M Andrew J. LOWERY
Born: 1834 Place: , Jefferson, Illinois

7. Sex Name
M Jesse LOWERY
Born: 1835 Place: , Jefferson, Illinois

8. Sex Name
M Thomas LOWERY
Born: 1836 Place: , , Illinois

9. Sex Name
M Levi LOWERY
Born: 1838 Place: , Jefferson, Illinois

10. Sex Name
F Elizabeth LOWERY
Born: 1839 Place: , Jefferson, Illinois

11. Sex Name
F Mary LOWERY Born: 1841 Place: , Jefferson, Illinois

12. Sex Name
M Jefferson LOWERY Born: 1843 Place: , Jefferson, Illinois

13. Sex Name
F Nancy LOWERY Born: 1848 Place: , Jefferson, IllinoisHusband's Name John LOWERY > Born: 1779 Place: Of, Gwinnett, Georgia Died: 1849 Place: , Hamilton, Illinois Married: Abt 1802 Place: , Of Gwinnett, Georgia Father: Mother:

Wife's Name Elizabeth REESE > Born: 1783 Place: , , North Carolina Married: Abt 1802 Place: , Of Gwinnett, Georgia Father: Mother:

Children

1. Sex Name M John LOWERY > Born: 1803 Place: , , Kentucky

2. Sex Name M Reason LOWERY> Born: 1805 Place: , , South Carolina

3. Sex Name M David LOWERY Born: 1806 Place: , , Georgia Died: 1862 Place: , Hamilton, Illinois Buried: 1862 Place: Preston Cemetery, Hamilton, Illinois

4. Sex Name M Light LOWERY Born: 1809 Place: , , South Carolina

5. Sex Name F Dorcus LOWERY Born: 1813 Place: , , Kentucky

6. Sex Name M Young Squire LOWERY Born: 20 Aug 1811 Place: , Gwinnett, Georgia Died: 31 Jan 1890 Place: ,
Added by Ginger Vick on Sep 29, 2011 9:45 PM
Eric Lowman
James Patterson
Thank you so much for posting James Patterson's marker. I really appreciate it.
Eric
Added by Eric Lowman on May 20, 2011 8:20 PM
 

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